Jacob Zinn

Survey shows opposition to townhouse development

Cadboro Bay Residents Association board does not support Penrhyn Street townhouse complex

Aly White struck gold - and lots of it - at the B.C. Summer Games Special Olympics in July.

Special Olympics’ golden girl

Saanich swimmer snares nine gold medals at B.C. Summer Games Special Olympics

Aly White struck gold - and lots of it - at the B.C. Summer Games Special Olympics in July.
We asked a few people we found out on the streets in Saanich what they liked about B.C.

British Columbia worth celebrating

We ask people in Saanich what they love about British Columbia

We asked a few people we found out on the streets in Saanich what they liked about B.C.
Alex Burns

Homefinder: 3D tours give new perspective on real estate

Camera with nine lenses merges all the images together to create a seamless, 360-degree experience

Alex Burns
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Film camp puts focus on kids

St. Michaels University School and Victoria Film Festival hold weeklong film camp for youth

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Sgt. John Price

Police turn up the heat on impaired drivers

Long weekend will see CounterAttack roadchecks in Saanich

Sgt. John Price
Local singer/songwriter Fintan O’Brien is taking centre stage at The Mint in downtown Victoria every Monday night until the end of August.

O’Brien follows in family tradition

Saanich musician plugs into downtown residency, playing Monday nights at The Mint

Local singer/songwriter Fintan O’Brien is taking centre stage at The Mint in downtown Victoria every Monday night until the end of August.
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Festival draws a variety of artists to Cadboro Bay

Traffic will be re-routed for Sunday's Cadboro Bay Festival of Fine Art

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Saanich residents seek parking relief

Council asked to restrict parking on streets near UVic to residential only

Gracie Threlfall

Welding camp introduces kids to metalwork

Students learn about a career in the trades during camp at Spectrum Community School

Gracie Threlfall
A wave of indecent sexual approaches and acts took place in Gordon Head from July 4 to 11.

More indecent acts reported to Saanich Police

Report Monday the latest of 11 incidents in Gordon Head since July 4

A wave of indecent sexual approaches and acts took place in Gordon Head from July 4 to 11.
The Flying Dutchmen delighted an afternoon audience at Uptown Sunday

Photos from the Victoria International Busker Festival

The Flying Dutchmen and John Park delighted a midday audience at Uptown on Sunday with their wild tricks

The Flying Dutchmen delighted an afternoon audience at Uptown Sunday
Arts Calibre Academy teacher Amanda McAlpine and principal Sandra Walton

Theft strikes sour note with independent school

Mulch stolen from Arts Calibre Academy at Gordon Head United Church

Arts Calibre Academy teacher Amanda McAlpine and principal Sandra Walton
Camptastic co-ordinator Nathan Purcell strikes a pose with (from left) Madeleine

Lunch program fuels kids at summer camp

Feeding Our Future will put together thousands of meals in Saanich for underprivileged kids at summer camp

Camptastic co-ordinator Nathan Purcell strikes a pose with (from left) Madeleine
Saanich filmmaker Helena Thom

Saanich filmmaker a finalist in web contest

The Quiet Canadians, an action drama by Saanich director and producer Helena Thom and her partner Anthony Epp

Saanich filmmaker Helena Thom

Saanich firefighters to carry overdose drug

Saanich firefighters now being equipped and trained with Naloxone, an overdose-reversing medication

Though not officially released in Canada

Pokémania is back! Bridging the generational divide between Pokémon Go

The Pokémon Go craze has reached Saanich and reporter Jacob Zinn is of the right generation to translate this curious phenomenon

Though not officially released in Canada

Saanich OKs review of 2014 tree bylaw

Sections of the 2014 Saanich tree bylaw will be reviewed for upgrades, said Coun. Judy Brownoff

Save the geese  Environmental activists unfurl a banner reading “Stop Killing Wildlife” on the Galloping  Goose Trail above  Highway 1 during rush hour on Monday

Switch bridge banner commemorates 484 geese

Environmental activists unfurl a banner reading “Stop Killing Wildlife” on the Galloping

Save the geese  Environmental activists unfurl a banner reading “Stop Killing Wildlife” on the Galloping  Goose Trail above  Highway 1 during rush hour on Monday
Irwin Henderson

Libraries inspiring kids to pick up a book this summer

More than 3,000 children 12 and under have already signed up for the annual reading initiative, which the GVPL has run since the 1970s.

Irwin Henderson